Title says it all really.
Is dentistry like maths, where if you get your degree from Oxford, it's more likely that you'll get a job?
Obviously, I know that once you've done a few years of work, it depends more on your experience and stuff. But what i'm on about is your FIRST job. since at that time, you'll have no previous experience in that field, as it's your FIRST job.
I've got an offer for dentistry. But now, I'm starting to think about the future. And would say, plymouth be worse than somewhere like Sheffield, in terms of future employment? Or is dentistry really the same everywhere?
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- Thread Starter
- 01-04-2013 12:21
- 05-04-2013 17:38
Nah, dentistry is pretty much the same everywhere. Because there are so few dental schools and dentists are in (relatively) high demand you shouldn't have much trouble getting a job. How hard you work during your time at uni is more important than the actual uni you went to.